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Oh my goodness. This is magnificent.
Magnificent seems the best way to describe Kafka’s writing. Have you clicked on the Marquez quote (link above)? Reading Kafka gave him permission to write the stories he wanted to write…
Yes I did. Magnificent, indeed!
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Glad you like it Mira
This is very true, Bridget.
Yes, true and right and absolutely what I feel, but I never thought of it in this way until I read his words
Reblogged this on BCSBook Reviews and News and commented:
Stunning thoughts to awaken a day
Thanks for sharing
Reblogged this on Wind Eggs and commented:
According to string theory, the universe is composed of vibrating strings. Music and the universe are one. The question is whether or not the strings harmonize.
Here is Kafka’s take: (a man, who placed his characters into an alien and disharmonious universe, and still finds a place for the elegance of music.)
Thanks to Bridget Whelan.
Glad you like it Philip